May 28, 2008

Bacon Salt - Zero Calorie Bacon Flavor in Just a Dash

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We don't typically feature food items here at Kitchen Contraptions, but then we were made aware of Bacon Salt. When salt meets bacon, and bacon meets salt, it's something we MUST cover here at Kitchen Contraptions.

Bacon Salt will set you back a whopping $5, and also comes in three BACONY flavors — Original, Hickory and Peppered. Now here's the weird part - Bacon Salt is a zero calorie, zero fat, vegetarian and kosher seasoning salt that tastes just like real bacon. What? Zero calorie bacon? We knew the future was coming, but we didn't know it would be filled with such bacon goodness. Perhaps other bacon innovations are right around the corner.

Via Uncrate

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May 20, 2008

Mesh Grill-Top Fry Pan

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We love grilled vegetables in the summer and this looks like a great way to grill them. This mesh fry pan is made from heavy-gauge, stainless steel wire, which keeps the vegetables from falling into the grill. It has a long handle to allow you to move it across the grill.

At Mesh Grill-top Fry Pan

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May 16, 2008

Grilling Tool Light with 3 LED Lights

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Grilling season has begun, but it isn't always light enough to see the meat you are grilling. This light attaches to your stainless steel grill tool with a magnet. It has a bendable neck, so you can position the light just the way you want it.

At Grilling Tool Light with 3 LED Lights

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May 6, 2008

Stainless Beer Can Chicken Rack with Drip Pan - No Flare Ups

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If you've ever made Beer Can Chicken, one thing is bound to happen - spillage. This spillage produces flare ups on the grill of epic proportions. The Steven Raichlen Beer Can Chicken Rack with Drip Pan makes the process easier and virtually fail-proof. Square construction gives you greater stability, and the bird won't tip and beer won't spill. Metal drip pan collects meat juices for sauces and prevents dripping fat from erupting into flare-ups.

At Steven Raichlen Best of Barbecue SR8016 Stainless Beer Can Chicken Rack with Drip Pan

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April 29, 2008

Brinkmann Stainless Steel Smoke'N Grill Charcoal Smoker

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This double stainless steel grill can handle up to 50 lbs. of food - room enough for steaks, brisket, chickens and more. We currently use our older model Smoke 'n Grill mostly for smoking our favorite meats, with whole smoked turkey or chicken one of our staples during the Summer and early Fall. Features include a stainless steel body and dome lid, heat indicator, wood handles, porcelain-coated water and charcoal pans, and hinged door for adding charcoal and water.

Via productdose.com At Brinkmann Stainless Steel Smoke'N Grill Charcoal Smoker

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April 16, 2008

The WienerStick Stainless Steel Hot Dog Rack

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If you have problems with burnt hot dogs on the grill, this may be the product for you. It cooks the hot dogs from the inside out. You can use it on the grill or in the oven.

The WienerStick Stainless Steel Hot Dog Rack

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April 8, 2008

Frontgate T-Grill - Grill In Style

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Sleek and ready for your stylish back patio, the Frontgate T -Grill really does look like a T. The T-Grill uses an innovative burner system called "Crossray" that uses left and right ceramic infrared burners which reduce smoke and flareups when grilling lamb chops to perfection. The Frontgate T-Grill also heats faster than conventional propane grills, and has controllable low heats for slow cooking - a must when making that perfect leg of lamb.

  • Two ceramic infrared burners produce 24,000 BTUs
  • Controllable crosswave heat fires 234 square inches of cooking space
  • Powdercoated iron with 304 stainless steel accents
  • Porcelain-coated cast-iron cooking grates
  • Oversized locking casters
  • Arrives assembled
  • Runs on standard liquid propane

Via acquire at Frontgate T-Grill

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October 30, 2007

Sanyo Electric Indoor Barbeque Grill

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This indoor electric grill is 200 square inches--plenty of space.The 1300-watt heating element is built into the bottom of the grill surface, and the grill has an adjustable temperature control.The drip pan is removable and can be filled with water for virtually smoke-free grilling.

Sanyo Electric Indoor Barbeque Grill

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July 26, 2007

Simply Calphalon Nonstick Aluminum 13-Inch Grill Pan

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I saw this featured on America's Test Kitchen yesterday as the best indoor grill pan. It is made of durable hard-anodized aluminum, is coated with a nonstick surface, and has grill marks on the top and bottom to better conduct heat.

At Simply Calphalon Nonstick Aluminum 13-Inch Grill Pan

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July 11, 2007

Perforated Stainless Steel Wok

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This seems like a good way to grill vegetables. Just put them in this stainless steel wok.

At Perforated Stainless Steel Wok

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